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Henneha Murder Trial Begins In Joplin

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After a morning of jury selection, the first degree murder trial of James Henneha was underway in Joplin Tuesday. Henneha is accused in the strangulation death of 38-year-old Tonya Crawford back in 2016.  

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MSSU Celebrates opening of Lion Co-op Video included

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A new program at Missouri Southern is focused on providing a source of food for students who are "food insecure".  A big day for MSSU.. appropriately.. marked by the cutting of green and gold. All to mark the beginning of a program dubbed "the Lion Co-op."  Andrea Cullers, Kinesiology Professor:"It's kind of like a grocery store. They can take what they need, and then come back a few days later and take more of what they need." Chris Lynn is... More>>

Stained Glass Window Both Memorial and Mission Video included

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Freeman Health System unveils its final window of inspiration.        .

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Treasurer Eric Schmitt will become Missouri attorney general

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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - Republican Gov. Mike Parson has named state Treasurer Eric Schmitt to replace Sen.-elect as Missouri's attorney general. Parson appointed the 43-year-old Republican on Tuesday. The attorney general's seat will be open once Hawley joins the U.S. Senate in January. Hawley unseated Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill in last week's election. Voters elected Schmitt as treasurer by wide margins in 2016. He previously served as a state senator representing suburba... More>>

#1 East Mississippi, #2 Garden City to Meet in NJCAA National Championship in Pittsburg

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Garden City is led by head coach Jeff Sims, who will take over as the head coach at Missouri Southern following the national championship game. 

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Snow Producing Another Traffic Hazard

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    When it comes to saving money, energy efficiency is one of the first things on the list.  But that conversion for traffic signals...has an unexpected, winter side effect.  About ten years ago the City of Joplin joined the trend of replacing the old-style incandescent traffic lights with LED's. David Hertzberg, Joplin Public Works Director: "The LED lights save 80% of the energy and they're a good sustainable and safe system."     E... More>>

Department of Transportation Officials Tackle the Elements

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Area road crews are working around the clock to keep roads safe. Both the Missouri and Kansas Department of Transportation began working on roads before the wintry weather began. Crews are putting down salt and in some places, a salt and sand mixture. MODOT says this snow is easy to plow, but issues of re-freezing overnight are a concern.   "The ground temperatures, they're right there at freezing mark, so that's why everything is kinda building slush. It's making ... More>>

Joplin Man Reunites with Long-Lost Guitar After 35 Years Video included

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As Cal Denison runs his fingers over the chords of his once-lost 72' Gretsch Tennessean guitar, he can't help but marvel at all that its been through. "The kids would sit on my lap and play it when they were little, and I played it with different bands and stuff and some of those people aren't around anymore. There's just so many things tied to that guitar, so many memories. It's hard to describe," said Denison. His parents bought him the guitar for his 17th birthday, ... More>>

Missouri authorities search for suspect vehicle in high-speed chase

The Barton County, Mo. Sheriff's Office is searching for a suspect vehicle (Nov. 12, 2018) The Barton County, Mo. Sheriff's Office is searching for a suspect vehicle (Nov. 12, 2018)
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Authorities search for a vehicle involved in a high-speed chase through Lamar, Missouri. It happened on November 12th, 2018, around 7:40 a.m. The deputy first saw the vehicle near O Highway and 160 west of Lamar. The deputy then saw the vehicle travel east on 160 until it reached the substation by Barton County Electric where it then turned and went back west on 160 highway. Authorities say the vehicle continued until it turned at a residential driveway (before J Highway)... More>>

Pittsburg Fire Department shares home heating safety tips

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The cold weather has finally arrived, which means residents will be turning up their thermostats and using home heating devices to stay warm. During the cold-weather months, it is especially important to make sure homes are heated safely. According to the National Fire Prevention Association (NFPA), half of home heating fires occur in the months of December, January and February. To help keep residents safe this season, the Pittsburg Fire Department is sharing some essential hom... More>>

Joplin Museum Exhibit Features WWI Collection and Local History

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Veterans of World War I and what they endured are part of   an exhibit  at the Joplin mineral museum.  

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Local Veteran Encourages More Support for Those Battling PTSD

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Air Force veteran Larry Stevicks found his calling as Commander for Fort Scott VFW Post 1165 because he knows personally how important it is to provide an opportunity for those who serve to vent abut their experience in war.  "I'm a combat veteran. I was in Udorn, Thailand for about 13 months and it just, certain things that come about that are important for them to know, and so by having a place for them to go to to air themselves a little bit without it going ... More>>

Missouri Southern Names Jeff Sims Head Football Coach Video included

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Sims comes to Southern from Garden City CC, where he led the Broncbusters to a national title in 2016, and has them playing for another championship later this month. 

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Joplin Meth Conspiracy Leader Faces Life in Prison

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A federal jury convicted a Joplin man of leading a conspiracy to distribute meth. 36 year old Donald Loomis faces a mandatory  sentence of life  in federal prison.. 

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BI-Centennial License Plates Planned for MO

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    Missouri will celebrate its 200th anniversary of statehood in 2021 and it will mark the occasion with special license plates for residents. 

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Local Artists Gear Up for Holiday Season with Annual Craft Shows

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Lindsay Eggerman glances out the shop window as more customers file into the building where multiple vendors showcase their crafts, something that brings back memories.

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Group fills Baxter Springs with Stars and Stripes

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Filling a southeast Kansas town with stars and strips for the Veteran's day weekend was the mission of a local non-profit.  What they didn't know, was the impact it would have on the parents of a veteran.  As proud parents to a Navy veteran, Steve and Cherie Smith usually have a flag flying on their house for Veteran's day. This year is a little different because though, because they weren't able to keep up that tradition.. luckily, they have a new larger flag f...

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Joplin Wins District Title, Advances to State Semifinals Video included

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Isaiah Davis had 333 rushing yards and 6 touchdowns, leading the Joplin Eagles to a 49-14 win over Kirkwood Friday night in the Class 6 District 3 championship game.  More>>

Fort Scott holds First Veteran's Day Celebration Video included

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It's a time of firsts in Fort Scott, as the city hold their first annual veterans day celebration.  Jim Scott is a veteran that served in the military for 21 years.  Jim Scott, Vietnam Veteran:"When I went in I did 5 years active duty air force, I did three tours of duty in Vietnam, I became a platoon leader in the army and I was in the guard, and I was there for 7 years, then I went back into the air force." He was just one of...

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Election Tie Aftermath Video included

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Pittsburg Mayor Jeremy Johnson went to bed on election night thinking he'd lost the race for Crawford County Commissioner, District 3.

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Carl Junction Class Store Opens for Business Video included

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Carl Junction Elementary students are getting hands-on experience with their new class store called "Braggin' Bulldogs." The store is part of a Project Based Learning (PBL) initiative to include real-world learning with 21st century skills, while also including state standards. Students did research to prepare for the store's opening, including applying for positions in the store, choosing what items to sell and sending letters to parents to ask for dona... More>>

NEWS YOU NEED TO KNOW 11-9

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Here's a check of today's top headlines, plus all the news you need to know before you head out the door: DUCK BOAT INDICTMENT A federal grand jury has handed down an indictment in the duck boat disaster that killed 17 people at Table Rock Lake. The grand jury indictment charges 51-year-old Kenneth Scott McKee from Mount Vernon, Missouri with 17 counts of misconduct, negligence or inattention to duty by a ship's officer resulting in death. PIPE BOMB Federal prosecutors says ... More>>

Taking a look at Impact of new MO Minimum Wage Video included

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Missouri voters have approved a minimum wage hike that'll be phased in gradually -- hitting twelve dollars an hour in 20-23. But, some economists think it could cause increased product costs.  Carl Wiest is the owner of Wiestside Barbeque.. A local small business that like many struggles to stay afloat.  Carl Wiest, Owner:"It's gonna be interesting to say the least." They pay all of their employees.. including their wait staff.. more than the current ... More>>

School Districts Struggle with Shortage of Substitute Teachers

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School districts struggle with shortage of substitute teachers and say it's not good for students. 

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Error leads to recount in Crawford County, KS election

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Election day results from five of the 16 polling locations in Crawford County, Kansas were added into the unofficial results twice, according to County Clerk Don Pyle. County officials released corrected unofficial results today from the November 6th, 2018 election. Pyle says the issue was discovered during the routine audit of unofficial election results on a precinct by precinct basis. The County Clerk's Office says the human error resulted in the election day votes for the preci...

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Special Report: Boutique Business Video included

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PART ONE It's a typical Tuesday morning at Magpies Bakery, where Taylor and her mother are whipping up sweet treats for the week. "My mom is definitely the pie maker, she does all the crust and we pitch in where we can. Charlie, my middle sister, is in charge of the cheesecakes and the cookies. I'm in charge of the French macarons and the cinnamon rolls, and it kind of all just brings together this beautiful display case on Friday's," explained Quezada, owner of Magpie...

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Autopsy Results Received on Woman Found Dead in Nevada, MO Motel

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Nevada Investigators receive autopsy results today, Nov. 8th, 2018, and say there's no suspicion of foul play in the death of a woman in southwest Missouri. On August 15th, 2018, Nevada Police were called about a deceased woman in a motel room. Authorities said it appeared she had been dead for some time. They did not confirm what motel she was found in and did not release her name. The Vernon County Coroner conducted the autopsy. According to Lt. Bastow, the autopsy reveal... More>>

Special Report Preview: Boutique Business Video included

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4-State businesses are finding creative ways to keep up with the competition. KOAM's Reporter Kate Kelley speaks with area business owners who aren't following the traditional 5-day workweek. She also puts the focus on competition within the boutique industry. Her 2-part special report will air on KOAM News at 6 and 10. Kate Kelley and Tawnya Bach preview Boutique Business on KOAM News at Noon. More>>

Grand jury indicts captain of tourist boat in Missouri

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Charges have been filed against the captain of a Missouri tourist boat that sank and killed 17 people, including nine people from an Indiana family, federal prosecutors said Thursday. A federal indictment shows 51-year-old Kenneth Scott McKee is facing 17 counts of misconduct, negligence or inattention to duty by a ship's officer resulting in death. The July accident occurred when an amphibious vessel known as a duck boat sank on Table Rock Lake when a sudden ...

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Midterms bring out high voter numbers Video included

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In some parts of the area -- it was the highest mid-term voter turnout in several election cycles. Now with all the ballots counted --we know just how strong the voter participation was in the Four-States. It was a busy day for election officials during Tuesday's general election.  Kimberly Bell, McDonald County, MO Clerk:"It was a seventeen plus hour day." Rodney Edmonson, Cherokee County, KS Clerk:"I think people are really getting energized.&q... More>>

Lamar Police Department Stops Taking Cats Video included

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    The Lamar Police Department, which doubles as the animal shelter for strays, can no longer take in cats.     We went to find out why... Rusty Rives, Lamar Police Chief: "So whenever they came in and did the inspection, last month, they gave us a report back, to say if we're in compliance or if we're not, and what we found, our kennels, specifically for our cats are not in compliance, due to height restrictions for those animals."

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Potential Medical Marijuana Grower and Patient React to Passage of Amendment 2 Video included

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The passage of  Amendment 2 by Missouri voters  paves the way for medical marijuana growing operations  and legal use by those with certain medical diagnoses. 

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions submits resignation

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(AP) Attorney General Jeff Sessions has resigned as the country's chief law enforcement officer at President Donald Trump's request. Sessions announced his plan to resign in a letter to the White House on Wednesday. Trump announced in a tweet that Sessions' chief of staff Matt Whitaker would become the new acting attorney general. The attorney general had endured more than a year of stinging and personal criticism from Trump over his recusal from the investigation into potential co...

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Police: 80+ Tires Punctured Since Nov. 1st in Monett, MO

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The Monett, Missouri Police Department asks the public for information after numerous reports of tires being punctured and flattened. Authorities say since November 1st, 2018, tires on at least 59 vehicles were punctured. They estimate the damage to be about $10,400 as of November 6th. Authorities say reports started coming in on Thursday morning (Nov. 1st), the day after Halloween. They received reports of 11 tires cut on 5 different vehicles. Police received rep... More>>

Breaking Down the Midterm Elections Video included

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Democrats take back the House, while Republicans retain control of the U.S. Senate.  KOAM’s Michael Hayslip breaks down the Midterm Elections with help from Nick Myers, the Central Chairman for the Newton County Republican Party. More>>

KOAM MORNING NEWS TO KNOW 11-7 Video included

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Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley unseats incumbent democratic Senator Claire McCaskill.  Plus all the news you need to know before you walk out the door.

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Election Day Coverage Video included

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A number of close races in Missouri, Kansas and Oklahoma are being decided right now. Reporter Chris Warner visited the Saint Paul's Church in Joplin. He says the line, still as of 6:00 p.m., continued to grow as many got off work. Officials say if you are inside and in line before polls close at 7:00 p.m., you'll still get to vote. Hover, if you arrive after 7:00 p.m., the doors will be closed. Election officials at Saint Paul's Church says they're planning on quite a long nig... More>>

Students Compete in 5th Annual Job Olympics Video included

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Madisyn Miller is hard at work, putting together an order in the fast food station of this year's Job Olympics, and it's something she's glad to be a part of. "I can learn about the different skills that I need in order to get the job," explained Miller, a Fredonia High School senior. That's the main focus of this event as kids with learning disabilities from seven different Kansas school districts get the chance to compete in activities to prepare them for the future.... More>>

Child Death Investigation in Southeast Kansas

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The Bourbon County Sheriff releases information about the death of a 23-month-old. On November 2nd, 2018, around 10:20 a.m., a deputy was dispatched to the 800 block of Grand Road on a report of a missing child. The deputy arrived and was told that the reported missing child was found near a pond on the property. The Sheriff's Office says the deputy got to the area of the pond and noticed that a person was giving CPR to the child. The deputy assisted giving CPR to the child. Rur... More>>

Final Push Before Midterms Video included

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In less than 24 hours, 4-Staters head to the polls to make their voices heard. Local Democrat and Republican volunteers have been working tirelessly to win your vote for their party, and that's what they're up to on the eve of the midterms. 

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Attorney for Man Accused of Shooting Jasper County Deputy Files Continuance

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The defense attorney for E.F. Fitchpatrick, Jr. asked for a continuance today, November 5th, 2018. Fitchpatrick, Jr. is accused of shooting a Jasper County Sheriff's deputy leading to a standoff in Joplin, Missouri. The shooting happened on March 1st, 2017. The Ozark Drug Enforcement Team was serving a warrant at the Econo Lodge on Range Line Road in Joplin. As officers tried to go in, a shot was fired and hit Jasper County Deputy Nolan Murray. The bullet hit a part of Murray's chest...

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City of Pittsburg Names New Police Chief Video included

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The City of Pittsburg announces its selection of Brent Narges as the new chief of police for the Pittsburg Police Department. Narges was named interim chief of police in June following the retirement of former chief of police Mendy Hulvey.

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Webb City Man Charged with Assault on Law Enforcement Officer Video included

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The Jasper County Prosecutor's office charges John Blanton with first degree assault on law enforcement, armed criminal action, first degree tampering with a motor vehicle, felon in possession of a firearm, receiving stolen property and felony resisting arrest. Blanton also had numerous warrants out for his arrest at the time of the incident. On Friday, November 2nd, 2018 shortly after 1:00 p.m., the Ozarks Drug Enforcement Team contacted Joplin police about a stolen vehicle they ...

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KOAM MORNING NEWS TO KNOW 11-5 Video included

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The time change brought with it a call to change out smoke alarm batteries.  Plus all the news you need to know before you walk out the door.

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Flute Circle Meeting In Joplin Video included

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     Over in Joplin today, a monthly meeting of flute players.  But these flute players are part of a special group, the Joplin Native American Flute Circle.  Organizers say it's a great way to bring unity and unique ideas together for beginners and experienced musicians alike. Gordan Keyler, Flute Player: "There is something about the music, the ancient music it touches something deep within people its relaxing its peaceful and its an instrument an... More>>

McCaskill, Hawley, Making Final Campaign Stops Video included

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    In Missouri, both Senator Claire McCaskill and her opponent, Attorney General Josh Hawley, making campaign stops in the state.  McCaskill making a stop in Florissant today stopping at a local Walmart.  McCaskill met with supporters and spoke about the campaign trips she's made and tackled issues facing the state.  She also took the time to speak about Josh Hawley. Senator Claire McCaskill, (D), Missouri:  "It's clear that this is really, rea... More>>

Public Sight-In Day Draws Out Local Target Shooters

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The shots at this firing range in Galena, Kansas echo through the valley as shooters line up throughout the day to take their shot at distant targets. One such shooter, is Aaron Kesinger, who would not normally be here, since he's not currently a member of this shooting club, but he's taking full advantage of the day's public access. "It's pretty handy, there's not a whole lot of ranges around from what I'm aware of that let you go out to a hundred yards. So it's really nice t...

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Bikers Gather for 34th Annual Pittsburg Toy Run

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Bikers from across the area gather to purchase toys for the Salvation Army during their 34th Annual Toy Drive. 

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Sacred Heart Catholic Church Kicks Off 69th Annual Turkey Dinner and Silent Auction

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November is a busy month for the Sacred Heart Catholic Church as it kicks off its 69th Annual Turkey Dinner and Silent Auction. 

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Fire Officials Urge: "Change Your Clock, Change Your Batteries"

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The time change brings a call to change out smoke alarm batteries. 

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Hundreds of Students Visit Cato, KS to Learn 1860's History

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Kids learn by stepping back in time..    Six hundred 4th and 5th graders visited Cato, Kansas Friday.  The learned about life for kids  in the 1860's at the old school house where they found blacksmiths and branding demonstrations.. Presenters also demonstrated flint knapping, Students could also play frontier era games and take wagon rides.. While there was fun involved,  teachers thought the  kids  could take away something about students of ... More>>

Sunshine Law Complaint in Neosho Video included

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Heather Bowers and Rebecca Williams are two Neosho women who aren't happy with their city government. They've filed complaints with the attorney general's office concerning what they believe are violations of Missouri's Sunshine Law, by Neosho's city attorney and city council. 

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600 Plus High School Students Tour PSU College of Technology; See STEM Careers in Action

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High school students got insight into what could be their future careers Friday at Pittsburg State University.   PSU's  College of Technology held an open house welcoming  more than six hundred area high school students.   College  students showed off diesel maintenance and even how to make a fidget spinner. Visitors toured the building and explore forty demonstrations and displays in twelve technology areas.  And they could ask colle... More>>

Joplin Officer Involved Shooting, Armed Suspect Injured Video included

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Captain Duncan says there's an officer involved shooting at Springview Apartments on West 22nd Street in Joplin, Missouri. Authorities say one suspect has been taken to the hospital with a gunshot wound. The suspect's condition is unknown. We have a crew heading to the scene and will have more details as they are confirmed.

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Getting to and from a bus stop may be more dangerous than the actual ride to school. Here's why

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Parents often worry about their kids riding the school bus. But waiting for the bus or getting off after school can pose a far greater danger. The risk was highlighted this week, as at least five children lost their lives when they were hit by drivers near school bus stops, authorities said. At least seven other children were hurt in bus stop incidents.

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Officials Release Contact Information for Election Fraud & Abuses Complaints

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"Every citizen must be able to vote without interference or discrimination and to have that vote counted without it being stolen because of fraud," U.S. Attorney Tim Garrison said. "The Department of Justice will act promptly and aggressively to protect the integrity of the election process." Garrison announced today that Assistant U.S. Attorney Patrick D. Daly has been appointed to serve as the District Election Officer for the Western District of Missouri fo... More>>

KOAM MORNING NEWS TO KNOW 11-2 Video included

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A more than $200-Thousand dollar grant is helping target those with addictions and mental health issues. Plus all the news you need to know before you walk out the door.

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Mack Signs With Coffeyville CC Volleyball Video included

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Mack has earned All-Conference and All-District honors this season. She'll be joining a Coffeyville program that is currently ranked #1 in the country. 

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Local Volunteers Pitch In to Help Project Worth Video included

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This crew is used to working with telephone poles, but as they look over their handiwork, Foreman Jonathan Huffman can't help but take pride in the poles his team donated, cut and layed out at the future sight of Project Worth. "Being able to help out in the community is a great feeling. We all cherish that time when we're able to do that," said Huffman with Liberty Utilities. Liberty employees get three volunteer days a year, and local linemen have taken a particular ... More>>

Grant Dollars Create Court Position Helping Substance Abuses with Mental Health Problems Video included

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 As part of the nationwide  Stepping Up Initiative, Jasper County received a more than 200-thousand dollar grant from the Bureau of Justice to connect those battling substance abuse and mental illness with recovery and treatment programs. 

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Student Found with Firearm in Neosho, MO Video included

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Neosho Police say on November 1st, around 2:40 in the afternoon the Neosho High School resource officer received a tip about a student with a handgun.  The officer found a 15-year-old student in possession of a .380 Ruger handgun.  Authorities say the students intent is unknown, and the investigation is ongoing. No students were harmed. The suspect was taken into custody and released to the Newton County Juvenile office.  More>>

Suspect Arrested in Joplin Vehicle Theft

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Police arrest a suspect 13 minutes after the vehicle theft. The crime happened on October 31st, 2018. Joplin Police officers were called around 7:24 a.m. to the 2800 block of South Wisconsin for a vehicle theft that had just happened. Authorities say the victim was warming up her minivan, preparing to load up her kids, and saw a male get into her vehicle and drive off. Officers searched the area for the stolen vehicle. One officer drove to a location near 28th and Minnesota... More>>

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  • Cherokee, Ks boil advisory rescinded

    Cherokee, Ks boil advisory rescinded

    Tuesday, November 13 2018 12:20 PM EST2018-11-13 17:20:45 GMT
    The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) has rescinded a boil water advisory for the City of Cherokee located in Crawford County. The advisory was issued because of a line break resulting in a loss of pressure in the system. Failure to maintain adequate pressure may result in a loss of chlorine residuals and bacterial contamination. Public water suppliers in Kansas take all measures necessary to notify customers quickly after a system failure or shutdown. Regardless of w...More >>
    The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) has rescinded a boil water advisory for the City of Cherokee located in Crawford County. The advisory was issued because of a line break resulting in a loss of pressure in the system. Failure to maintain adequate pressure may result in a loss of chlorine residuals and bacterial contamination. Public water suppliers in Kansas take all measures necessary to notify customers quickly after a system failure or shutdown. Regardless of w...More >>
  • Oklahoma Drug Offenders Seek Clemency

    Oklahoma Drug Offenders Seek Clemency

    Monday, November 12 2018 10:49 PM EST2018-11-13 03:49:42 GMT
    Clemency requests are on their way to Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin for 22 prison inmates convicted of various nonviolent offenses, in light of pending changes in state law.       The Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board has recommended that sentences of between 10 and 40 years be reduced after voters approved a state question in 2016 that reclassified some nonviolent drug and property crimes.       State Question 780 made drug possession and low-le...More >>
    Clemency requests are on their way to Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin for 22 prison inmates convicted of various nonviolent offenses, in light of pending changes in state law.       The Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board has recommended that sentences of between 10 and 40 years be reduced after voters approved a state question in 2016 that reclassified some nonviolent drug and property crimes.       State Question 780 made drug possession and low-le...More >>
  • Lawyer who sued Greitens nonprofit wants to be Missouri AG

    Lawyer who sued Greitens nonprofit wants to be Missouri AG

    Monday, November 12 2018 10:35 PM EST2018-11-13 03:35:55 GMT
         A lawyer who tried to get the financial records of a dark money group associated with former Missouri Governor Eric Greitens wants to become the state attorney general.       Elad Gross said Monday that he is running as a Democrat in the 2020 attorney general's election.       The St. Louis attorney had sued the nonprofit A New Missouri seeking to inspect its financial records. A Cole County judge dismissed the case last week...More >>
         A lawyer who tried to get the financial records of a dark money group associated with former Missouri Governor Eric Greitens wants to become the state attorney general.       Elad Gross said Monday that he is running as a Democrat in the 2020 attorney general's election.       The St. Louis attorney had sued the nonprofit A New Missouri seeking to inspect its financial records. A Cole County judge dismissed the case last week...More >>
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  • N. California fires death toll now at 48; many still missing

    N. California fires death toll now at 48; many still missing

    Wednesday, November 14 2018 8:50 AM EST2018-11-14 13:50:07 GMT
    (AP Photo/John Locher). Jim Clark visits what is left of his home that was demolished by the Camp Fire, Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2018, in Paradise, Calif. "When the disaster's over it's about saving the life that's left," said Clark, who came up with an anima...(AP Photo/John Locher). Jim Clark visits what is left of his home that was demolished by the Camp Fire, Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2018, in Paradise, Calif. "When the disaster's over it's about saving the life that's left," said Clark, who came up with an anima...
    Five days after the deadliest wildfire in California history, more than 1,000 people were at more than a half-dozen shelters set up for evacuees.More >>
    Five days after the deadliest wildfire in California history, more than 1,000 people were at more than a half-dozen shelters set up for evacuees.More >>
  • Amazon ends suspense over HQ by picking New York, DC suburb

    Amazon ends suspense over HQ by picking New York, DC suburb

    Wednesday, November 14 2018 8:49 AM EST2018-11-14 13:49:49 GMT
    (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews). A sea gull flies off holding fish scraps near a former dock facility, with "Long Island" painted on old transfer bridges at Gantry State Park in the Long Island City section of the Queens Borough in New York, Tuesday, Nov. 1...(AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews). A sea gull flies off holding fish scraps near a former dock facility, with "Long Island" painted on old transfer bridges at Gantry State Park in the Long Island City section of the Queens Borough in New York, Tuesday, Nov. 1...
    Amazon says it will split its much-anticipated new offices between New York and a suburb of Washington, DC.More >>
    Amazon says it will split its much-anticipated new offices between New York and a suburb of Washington, DC.More >>
  • Juul halts store sales of some flavored e-cigarettes

    Juul halts store sales of some flavored e-cigarettes

    Wednesday, November 14 2018 8:49 AM EST2018-11-14 13:49:23 GMT
    E-cigarette company Juul halts sales of flavors at stores to help keep them from kids.More >>
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